Follow Bicycle Retailer

You are here


Search results

  1. Mountain Flyer Subs Raising Trail Money

    to increase the donation to IMBA from $10 to $15. The cycling magazine will donate the full amount ...

    Posted May 15, 2009 in North America

  2. Outdoor Demo Numbers Slightly Up

    4,900—“which is great, given the scope of what is happening,” he said. “It shows that the cycling industry ...

    Posted September 22, 2009 in North America

  3. Bikes Belong Launching New Project

    important, direct benefits from increased cycling, such as reductions in air pollution, road congestion, ...

    Posted August 26, 2009 in Industry News

  4. Rocky Mountain Show a Success

    Corner, and an in-house movie theater gave everyone a place to relax, have lunch and enjoy classic cycling ...

    Posted August 25, 2009 in North America

  5. Gran Fondo Launching Philly Race

    a post-event lunch, consumer expo, a free cycling jersey and much more. The new Gran Fondo Colnago ...

    Posted May 12, 2009 in North America

  6. Titus Introduces Garmin Giveaway

    with the purchase of a new Titus bicyle. The Garmin Edge 305 is a sophisticated cycle-computer with a host ...

    Posted May 12, 2009 in North America

  7. Controversy Persists in Iron Horse Demise

    employees and a number of industry retailers and factories such as Ming Cycles, Sports Authority, Dick’s ...

    Posted July 19, 2009 in North America

  8. Ritchey Hires Marketing Coordinator

    DiGiovine comes to Ritchey Design with as much cycling experience as marketing experience. When he ...

    Posted June 17, 2009 in North America

  9. Mavic's Parent Considers Divesting Brand

    HELSINKI, Finland (BRAIN)—Mavic’s parent company said on Tuesday that it would consider divesting the cycling brand from its portfolio in order to focus on categories where it had the best long-term opportunities. In a press release issued by Amer Sports, and released on the Helsinki stock ...

    Posted September 1, 2009 in North America

  10. The 5th Spot

    "The reaction of people is usually like, 'Whoa, dude! You're the man.' One woman stopped me and said she was having a terrible day, but when she saw me riding the bike everything changed for her." —Felix Hackenberg, who cycles with one leg better than most do ...

    Posted May 7, 2009 in North America